Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Singer and Songwriter Liz Anderson Passes Away
Chet Atkins signed Liz to RCA where she had string of hits produced by Felton Jarvis, who also produced label mate Elvis Presley. They included “Husband Hunting,” “Go Now, Pay Later,” and “The Game of Triangles,” a trio with Bobby Bare and Norma Jean. Liz and Lynn also had a Top 25 hit with “Mother May I” in 1968 and appeared on the Mother’s Day edition of the Lawrence Welk Show. Liz is survived by her loving, co-writing husband of 65 years (Casey), daughter, country music icon (Lynn Anderson), 3 grandchildren (Lisa Lynn Sutton, Gray Stream and Melissa Hempel) and 2 great-grandchildren (Grace Stream and Geddings Hempel).